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Old header was growing dated, so now we can clarify and review the thread's objective.

Do note, I am now trading options mostly, as it seems the best way to boost your returns...and losses. You'll also note this thread is not much more than a trading log.


Ideally, I look for stocks that can jump quickly, in a method not unlike that of the brown fox over the lazy dog.
Hey!!! It's cool song time!
Amazing work- but poor audio- from 1970

GREAT 1975 YES CONCERT





Nice version









8 minutes in you can finally figure out how to sing this properly







ELP at their prime, A must download piece of rock concert genius








If that didn't do it, turn your stereo up as loud as possible and play this until your furniture crashes to the floor
If the pictures are still hanging on your walls, get a new stereo

Individually or cumulatively, a 50% short term return is nice, but not always achievable. No guarantees as this is all my opinion, so no whining is allowed. Past returns are history. The future is mystically yet to be seen- but it's coming
Speaking of which, a very cool site
hubblesite.org

I always try to link my posts to a related previous post and also include the current real time bid/ask if relevant.
If you choose to post about a stock, include the REAL TIME bid/ask. Throwing some number up has no meaning.
Nothing else like this
No other music ties so well together and complements so well
Was fortunate enough to catch this tour
youtube.com

Good Luck

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